Validate Parameters in Powershell

Posted: February 7, 2014 in Automation, powershell, Windows

I ran into this post whilst browsing Powershell.Org, for useful tidbits for improving my Powershell skills. If you’re starting to write modules or functions, then you have probably started to think about validating inputs. For a few modules I wrote big chunks of code to try and catch invalid inputs. Now, having read the following article, I have slapped myself silly for not finding out about Powershell’s validation capabilities earlier..

http://learn-powershell.net/2014/02/04/using-powershell-parameter-validation-to-make-your-day-easier/

I’ve come to realise with Powershell that if  something seems complicated then you’re probably doing it wrong.

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